21st Century Girl is a retro-futuristic electro-pop act, identified by power hair and disco balls. The high-energy, hyper-femme act features CHARLY, a Philly girl, who performed with Gnarls Barkley and opened for Chris Brown before teaming up with top pop producers and Billboard charting DJs from the UK, NY, and LA, to create an 80's, disco-inspired Goldfrapp-meets Erasure-meets Kylie Minogue new sound.
With tracks featured in over 30 popular television shows and movies across 18 networks, 21st Century Girl songs are gaining wide popularity ~ from NBC's "30 Rock" and "Fashion Star" to HBO's "Hung" to Showtime's "The Real L Word" to E!'s "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" to LOGO's "The A List NY" to MTV's "The Real World" to BET's "Born to Dance" to Oxygen's "Bad Girls Club" to Lifetime's "Dance Moms" to the CW's "Fly Girls," to movies like "What's Your Number," "House Bunny," "Going Down in LaLaLand," and "Slightly Single in LA." "Pretty Hurts" was selected as the theme song to LOGO's hit series "Pretty Hurts" and "Here We Go Again," featuring Lil Zane, was chosen as the theme song to WE tv series "I Do Over." 21st Century Girl's song "Get Up" will also be featured as the main title song to the upcoming American Girl movie, "American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars."
21st Century Girl's NYC debut performance, opening for Shontelle at Canal Room in Tribeca alongside DJ Keo Nozari, was a huge success. Dubbed as an "electro-pop vixen" by MuuMuse, CHARLY and the act are steadily gaining a following in the gay community and electro-pop world.
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